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4000 Essential English Words 1 Unit 10: The First Peacock

4000 Essential English Words 1 Unit 10: The First Peacock

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  • benefit [ˈbɛnɪfɪt] n. 

benefit is a good thing.

 Being able to fly is a good benefit to birds.

  • certain [ˈsəːt(ə)n] adj. 

If you are certain about something, you know it is true.

 I am certain that zebras have stripes.

  • chance [tʃɑːns] n. 

chance is an opportunity to do something.

 I had a chance to see the Roman Coliseum last summer.

  • effect [ɪˈfɛkt] n. 

An effect is a change made by something else.

 The medicine had a good effect on the boy.

  • essential [ɪˈsɛnʃ(ə)l] adj. 

If something is essential, it is very important and necessary.

 It is essential to have oxygen when you scuba dive.

  • far [fɑ:r] adj. 

If something is far, it is not close.

 It’s far going from the east coast to the west coast of America.

  • focus [ˈfəʊkəs] v. 

To focus on something is to think about it and pay attention to it.

 My mom always helps me to focus on my school work.

  • function [ˈfʌŋ(k)ʃ(ə)n] n. 

The function of something is what it does.

 The function of a flashlight is to help you see in the dark.

  • grass [ɡrɑːs] n. 

Grass is the green leaves that cover the ground.

 The grass looked so soft and green.

  • guard [ɡɑːd] v. 

To guard something is to take care of it.

 The police officer will guard us against any harm.

  • image [ˈɪmɪdʒ] v. 

The image of something is a picture of it.

 The image of her eye was very clear.

  • immediate [iˈmiːdiət] adj. 

If something is immediate, it happens quickly.

 An immediate response came from the pizza place.

  • primary [ˈprʌɪm(ə)ri] adj. 

If something is primary, it is the most important thing.

 His primary thoughts are about money.

  • proud [praʊd] adj. 

If someone feels proud, they are happy about what they have done.

 She is proud of the picture she drew of her house.

  • remain [rɪˈmeɪn] v. 

To remain somewhere is to stay there.

 My sister had to remain home since she was sick.

  • rest [rɛst] v. 

To rest is to stop being active while the body gets back its strength.

 I rested on the couch after work.

  • separate [ˈsepəreit] v. 

If two things are separate, they are not together.

 New York and Los Angeles are in two separate parts of America.

  • site [saɪt] n. 

site is a place.

 We found the perfect site for our picnic.

  • tail [teɪl] n. 

tail is a part of an animal’s body, sticking out from its rear or back.

 Our dog wags its tail when it’s happy.

  • trouble [ˈtrʌbəl] n. 

Trouble is a problem or a difficulty.

 I have trouble working with my boss.

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